Re: Charlotte Tune
Tue Mar 6, 2018 8:41am

The tune incipit you quoted (13167 11232 17655) matches the Tenor part of Edward Harwood's Liverpool (tune number 4713), whereas the encoded version of Liverpool shown by searching for this tune on the HTI (113423 - 321D7(6)5(4)5 - 5...) is the 1st Soprano part of the same tune. It seems that both these parts are included in the HTI database, so entering either of them will return Liverpool as a match, but when you find the tune, only the 1st Soprano part is displayed as the 'air'.


  • Charlotte Tune
    Francis Roads, Mon Mar 5 12:07pm
    I am trying to identify a tune whose Temperley code is 13167 11232 17655. In the HTI this refers me to Tune #4713, which is Edward Harwood's tune Liverpool, and has a totally different Tune Code.... more
    • The Charlotte name
      David Welch, Tue Mar 6 9:21am
      I`ve just had a look in Anne Bronte`s Song Book to see if this is the origin of the Charlotte name, but alas I didn`t copy all the pages, so I can`t say. Being that this Liverpool tune in the Oldham... more
    • Re: Charlotte Tune
      Anonymous, Tue Mar 6 8:41am
      • Re: Charlotte tune
        Edmund Gooch, Tue Mar 6 8:43am
        Apologies for 'anonymous' posting - last message was from me.
    • Charlotte tune
      Ros Clements, Tue Mar 6 8:12am
      This looks like an error somewhere in the HTI system, and it would be worth alerting the experts to see if it can be corrected. There are several tunes named 'Charlotte' listed in the index, but none ... more
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